There is no safe level of lead in the blood.
If your child has an elevated blood lead level, please visit the Learn About Lead page and the Lead Services page.
Protect your family by:
Getting your family tested for lead. If you believe your child was exposed to lead, contact your local health department or primary care provider. Getting your home tested for lead. If lead is found, there are programs and services available to help reduce and remove lead exposures. Please visit the Lead Services page for more information about these services and the Contact Us page for contact information. Visit the Learn About Lead page for information about:
Lead poisoning & exposure
Reducing lead exposure
Who is at risk for lead poisoning
Health effects of lead poisoning
Other resources for lead poisoning and lead poisoning prevention